Obesity and how it affects your health

Being overweight can impact on many aspects of your health, including your vital organs.

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Obesity & female health

Being overweight can impact on many aspects of your health, including female issues. Breasts are largely made of fatty tissue which increases as our weight fluctuates. Overweight women are considered more likely to produce high levels of oestrogen. The over-production of oestrogen is now linked to increasing the likelihood of breast cancer.

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The many uses of spices

Don’t forget you can use spices to boost the flavours of your food as well as getting health benefits from them.

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Obesity and how it affects your joints

Joint strain is an inevitable part of being overweight. When you fill your car boot with heavy suitcases, you can visibly see how much extra strain the wheels have to bear.

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Obesity & how it affects your digestion

Being overweight can impact on many aspects of your health, including your digestion.

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Celebrating eleven years as a leading weight loss consultant

Having had a weight problem for 35 years, Rachel was desperate to find a way of being able to lose weight once and for all.

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Trouble with losing weight after pregnancy?

There is no getting any way from it! Post-natal weight can be very difficult and frustrating to lose. Specific hormones during pregnancy affect body weight which can cause you to really struggle with losing this weight.

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Health & weight loss

Being overweight can bring concerns about your weight. Probably the biggest concerns are high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes and joint problems. We are only too aware that losing weight would help with all of these and other factors such as breathlessness, sleep and tiredness.

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Metabolic Weight Loss Programme information Sheet

The Metabolic Weight Loss Programme is a step-by-step approach, with the aim of changing the way you are currently eating, to the way you need to eat in order to lose and maintain your weight once and for all.

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Why sugar is bad for you

At last it seems that health professionals are warning us against how addictive sugar can be. Sugar appears in many foods we purchase at supermarkets. You may be surprised to know that Heinz tomato soup contains 4 teaspoons of sugar and some zero fat yoghurts have been found to contain up to 8 teaspoons of sugar. It could be said that sugar is the number one enemy in today’s diet. It can have damaging results on one’s ability to burn fat, it can affect one's mood and is a factor in illnesses.

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